Serving Adults, Children, and Women’s Health Needs
Board Certified in Family Medicine and Lifestyle Medicine
With Concierge Care
Are you ready for the best health possible?
- Are you tired of being ill, taking too many pills, unable to do all that you want to do?
- Have you tried fad diets, weight loss programs, health foods, and supplements without success?
- Do you want to be healthy for your children and grandchildren?
- Are you ready for a change?
- Are you willing to put in the effort?
- Then, it’s time for an evidence-based approach based on the best of traditional and lifestyle medicine.
In America today, only about 1% of the population succeeds in achieving a lifestyle that provides an opportunity to enjoy a long healthy life. With 70% of 12-year-olds showing signs of heart disease, it’s not surprising that many experience a reduced quality of life by their 30’s. Most then progress to poor health in their last decades when they could be enjoying life.
To appreciate why my blend of traditional and lifestyle medicine offers new possibilities, take a moment to view the short video below.
If making positive change has been challenging, don’t blame yourself. For most, it takes an acceptance that you may not be able to do it alone. Achieving the best health is a journey, not a destination. On that journey, I would like to be your mentor and physician.
If still unsure how lifestyle medicine enhances the value of traditional modern medicine, give Dr. Greger an hour of your time. You will learn why lifestyle is the best defense against the 15 most common causes of disability and death in American.
My mission is to be your mentor and advocate in the changing health care system with comprehensive, coordinated, and continuing care.
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Information provided through this website is not a substitute for personalized medical care about your conditions and symptoms from your health care provider. If you have medical problems, especially diabetes, blood pressure abnormalities, or take blood thinners, consult your health care provider before making dietary changes. Never change your medications, change your diet, or begin an exercise program without talking to your health care provider. Be aware that dietary changes can be so effective that your medication needs can also quickly change.